tekashi-and-casanova-end-beef--1526753465 tekashi-and-casanova-end-beef--1526753465
Getty

Brooklyn Love: Tekashi69 And Casanova Officially End Their Beef

Great job, Blood. 

Last week, 6ix9ine's manager, Tr3yway announced that beef with fellow Brooklyn rapper Casanova has officially come to an end.

Today (May 19), the "Gummo" rapper made it official by posting a video on his Instagram account, showing himself and 2X at New York City's Club Lust, in good spirits. In the video, 6ix9ine said that there was an misunderstanding between the two rapper as opposed to beef.

The "Don't Run" rapper confirmed 6ix9ine's statement by saying: "leave us alone, leave us alone. No police contact."

The root of 6ix9ine and Cas' beef is still unclear. According to the streets, Casanova came for Tekashi with his diss track "Set Trippin," rapping, "If you want smoke ain't nothing we gotta speak 'bout/See you with that red flag on what that be bout?" The lyrics were aimed directly at the rapper's Blood-affiliation, which is often contested.

#tekashi69 and #casanova squash beef last night at LUST in NY

A post shared by DJ Akademiks (@akadmiks) on

Never the one to back down, 6ix9ine responded during a performance at NYC's Club FREQ. "Shout out Casanova. We f**ked that n***a's b***h," he said to the packed venue. Recently, 6ix9ine and Casanova's crew bumped heads at Brooklyn's Barclays Center. According to TMZ, Tekashi and his team were walking down a hallway to a VIP section when they bumped into Casanova and his people along the way. TMZ reports that the two crews began pushing each other before someone allegedly fired a round from a .32 caliber. Tekashi has since been banned from performing at that arena.

From the Web

More on Vibe

Twitter- @daynvegas2019

Day N Vegas Fest: Kendrick Lamar, J. Cole, Travis Scott To Headline

A new music festival is coming to town, and it's looking like one of the most lit lineups in recent memory.

November is the month for the inaugural Day N' Vegas Festival, which is reportedly going to be held at the Las Vegas Festival Grounds near Las Vegas Boulevard and Sahara Avenue. Kendrick Lamar, J. Cole and Travis Scott are expected to headline the event, which takes place from Nov. 1-3.

Other performers at the event include Juice Wrld, Lil Uzi Vert, Megan Thee Stallion, Migos, 21 Savage, Tyler, The Creator, Schoolboy Q and many, many more.

The reaction from the Internet ranged from sheer excitement to inquiries about the validity of the lineup, due to the heat emitting from the flyer. Per Las Vegas' KTNV, the festival is indeed real, and  "Tickets for the festival are set to go on sale June 28 at 12 p.m. and start at $299 for early-bird general passes."

Check out the lineup below.

✨ Day N Vegas Nov 1-3 in Las Vegas 🎰 Tickets on sale Fri 6/28 at 12pm PT ♣️ Only $10 down for a 3 day ticket ♦ https://t.co/FkfhrOFFxi pic.twitter.com/Jxe28EIpQG

— Day N Vegas (@DayNVegas2019) June 24, 2019

Continue Reading
Getty Images

Lil Nas X's '7' EP Reportedly Projected To Top Billboard Chart

Not only does Lil Nas X have the biggest song in the country for the 12th straight week, but there’s a chance that his debut EP will also nab the top spot on Billboard’s 200 Albums Chart.

Per Hits Daily Double, the 20-year-old’s recently-released EP 7 is projected to top the coveted albums chart. According to the site, the EP is projected to move 70,000 units, with 4,000 to 7,000 of those units being from pure album sales.

Besides “Old Town Road,’ Lil Nas X’s other songs on the album are making waves. His new song “Panini” reportedly topped Spotify’s songs chart this past weekend, while his song “Rodeo” featuring Cardi B has also received praise.

Lil Nas X performed “Old Town Road” with Billy Ray Cyrus at the 2019 BET Awards, check out his performance below.

Continue Reading
YouTube

'The Lion King' Soundtrack Reveals Production From Pharrell, New Song From Elton John

The Lion King soundtrack is expected to drop Jul. 11 on digital platforms, and physically on Jul. 19. Much like the CGI-remake of the film itself, the soundtrack has no shortage of star power.

We already got a glimpse of Beyoncé and Donald Glover’s rendition of “Can You Feel The Love Tonight” through a recent movie preview, and it looks like other classics from the original film will be reworked as well.

Selections from Hans Zimmer’s original score will remain in tact, while Pharrell is adding his je ne sais quoi to songs such as “I Just Can’t Wait To Be King” and “Hakuna Matata.” In addition to the original songs and score, Elton John and Tim Rice co-wrote a brand new track for the Jon Favreau film titled “Never Too Late.”

Check out the track list below, and keep an ear out for No. 14’s very mysterious song, which is “TBA” as of press time.

1. Lindiwe Mkhize / Lebo M: “Circle of Life / Nants’ Ingonyama” 2. Hans Zimmer: “Life’s Not Fair” 3. Hans Zimmer: “Rafiki’s Fireflies” 4. JD McCrary / Shahadi Wright Joseph / John Oliver: “I Just Can’t Wait to Be King” 5. Hans Zimmer: “Elephant Graveyard” 6. Chiwetel Ejiofor: “Be Prepared (2019 Version)” 7. Hans Zimmer: “Stampede” 8. Hans Zimmer: “Scar Takes the Throne” 9. Billy Eichner / Seth Rogen / JD McCrary / Donald Glover: “Hakuna Matata” 10. Hans Zimmer: “Simba Is Alive!” 11. Billy Eichner / Seth Rogen: “The Lion Sleeps Tonight” 12. Beyoncé / Donald Glover / Billy Eichner / Seth Rogen: “Can You Feel the Love Tonight” 13. Hans Zimmer: “Reflections of Mufasa” 14. TBA 15. Hans Zimmer: “Battle for Pride Rock” 16. Hans Zimmer: “Remember” 17. Elton John: “Never Too Late” 18. Lebo M: “He Lives in You” 19. Lebo M: “Mbube”

Continue Reading

Top Stories